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Rapid Re-Housing

Rapid Re-housing

Helping homeless families find housing

Through our rapid re-housing program, we help literally homeless families find and maintain housing. We create pathways for homeless families to enter the financial mainstream and ultimately build brighter futures. Families have access to financial education and develop essential job-skills for employment. Thanks to strategic partnerships with local landlords, faith-based communities, and local shelters, we are able to help families find and maintain housing long-term. Join us today and get involved with this amazing program. You can help out by volunteering time and resources to our cause. Get in touch to learn more about helping out.

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EL/Civics Classes

Through our EL/Civics Program, we have the power to make a real and positive change in the lives of immigrant families. We offer free English literacy and civics classes to limited English proficient (LEP) adults who are generally low-income and immigrant adults and parents with children. Classes are conducted in eight different locations in Gwinnett, DeKalb, and Fulton counties. Program participants have furthered their English speaking, writing, and listening skills that are essential for the development of self-sufficiency and attained civic skills enabling them to be better citizens in the community. If you'd like to get involved in the program, get in touch with us today to see how you can.

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The Asian American Resource Center has a long history of social service and community aid. Earn benefits, transitional housing, and food pantry are among the many programs we have provided to the community. Unfortunately, we no longer offer these services. Please check back here for any future updates or changes to our programs. Click Here to read more about one of our old programs: the Earn Benefits Program.

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